Drama ... lol
Did D3 live up to my expectations? No. I haven't played in months. That said I don't really care what people do on facebook/personal lives.
- 8/20/2012 5:08:59 AM Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
7/25/2012 2:12:26 PM
lol I used to do this back when the game first came out. I actually had network of my less hardcore friends that were not 60 yet selling rings and ammys for me for like ~20% of the profit. Was making bank for the first couple weeksPosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
7/25/2012 2:00:03 PM
Made ~$200 first week, haven't really played much since thoughPosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
7/20/2012 11:53:14 AM
L O L ...Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
7/20/2012 12:44:55 AM
Edit: Bleh can't link to the time. Go to 4:22
7/19/2012 12:04:01 PM
I got several when I was still playing, but they were all the crap weapons like skadge and GF sword... in fact i got two skadges... woot 450 dps legendaries lolPosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
7/14/2012 3:46:43 AM
Wow... the whole not letting single players so that you guys would be more hack proof... all Blizzard has done is failPosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
7/10/2012 6:47:21 PM
Not reallyPosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
7/9/2012 1:44:44 AM
Posted in: Fan ArtQuote from overneathe
As I explained in IRC earlier Tyrael might not actually be "mortal" mortal. If that would be the case a new Archangel of Justice would've almost instantly popped out of the Crystal Arch. Instead he will likely reincarnate from the Arch when he dies "mortally".
My theory will go to waste once a new Archangel of Justice pops out of the Arch.
edit: And because someone said "well he did say "I'm... dying"" and then quit IRC, well, that was before he knew he was an Archangel, and even with that my theory up there still stands that he might've just reincarnated back from the Arch.
But isn't he Wisdom now? So should a new one pop out anyway then or no?
7/2/2012 1:41:26 AM
Posted in: Fan ArtQuote from Ducha
I don't think they "forgot" they had a ton of power. Remember the Worldstone was created to stop the Nephalems power from increasing. With that said the men of sanctuary probably had no qualities of the "inner power" that the Nephalem once possessed. Of course then it comes down to the heroes that we play in all 3 games. Each class has its own background in how they've obtained their skills and expertise.Quote from Tobby
Quote from ZeroEdgeir
Players complain that Diablo 3's storyline is worse than Diablo 2's, and yet the lead dev from Diablo 2 stated in an interview that the storyline for Diablo 3 was alot better and more fleshed out, compared to the poor story they tacked onto Diablo 2. The same person everyone says would have made such a better Diablo 3 admits that Diablo 3 is better than what they made in Diablo 2.
Guess people just look for reason to hate on anything that doesn't hold their attention for more than 6hrs of enjoyable entertainment.
To address Tyrael's "fall" to mortality... I'll pull a term from the movie Dogma... he transubstantiated. Removal of an angel's wings turns them mortal. Demons can't do it though. I know it's foolish to bring one form of fiction in with another here, but at least it's a SOMEWHAT relevant comparison.
I have a problem with this argument. If Nephalem were mortal it would be valid and correct. However Nephalem are not mere mortals. If you read the book of cain they are half Angel, Half demon. All mortals are Nephalem they all just forgot they had a ton of power (according to Book of Cain). So somehow an angel taking his wings off turns them into 50% demon? Its just confusing. They brought out this amazing book but completely went against the lore that the book gave.
Also i Agree 100% Tyrael kind of is a pansy in this game. I guess my hope for D3 lore wise (I love the game) was a tad different than what we got.
Though the interesting one was the Wizard in D3, in the Wizard trailer they said that she/he was far more skilled than any other of the wizards (sorry I can't get it word for word its been ages since I've seen it). With that being said D3 takes place 20 years after the destruction of the Worldstone, and in the Wizard trailer he/she is described to be quite young, in their late teens. While Blizzard also stating that the Wizard is 19 years of age. So right there we can see that the effects of the Worldstone have started to wear off already because of the skill that the Wizard possesses at such a young age.
Um... the worldstone wasn't created for that purpose. They specifically say that heaven and hell had fought over it for thousands of years. They traitors of both sides took it and hid on sanctuary. It was just that had become scared of the power of the nephelam they had created and re purposed it to seal their powers
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